S.O.A=an ugly, propagandist bit of beta code.

I recently bought a copy of SOA (Soldiers of Anarchy) publisher
Red Ant. In a nutshell the plot is very hostile to any country or
organisation that threatens american interests e.g. the UN. For
Red Ant to have published this shows contempt for international
markets. This is not really the venue to discuss political opinion, but I would say this; "Keep Politics Out Of Games'.

unknownuser2's picture

Now im interested [:D]

WiffleCube's picture

quote:Originally posted by HazarD

Now im interested [:D]

*WEG* Yes, there is that factor.
Hmm perhaps game ideas with negative publicity?

Mud-wrestle Foxy Boxing PRO

RAID Over Moscow (1980s game); redone as RAID over Washington

Endangered Species Duckshoot 3D!

unknownuser2's picture

ROFL @ Raid over Washington!

ahhhhhhhh politics... what a waste of a profession. Nuff said.

3MMAI's picture

quote:Originally posted by WiffleCube

quote:Originally posted by HazarD

Now im interested [:D]

*WEG* Yes, there is that factor.
Hmm perhaps game ideas with negative publicity?

ever heard of XXX BMX (or something similar) on ps2? it's a game that tries to combine Tony Hawk style gaming with strippers and porn start!! lol it's funny when people blatantly go for negative publicity and don't get it...
Manhunt springs to mind!

arcane's picture

We just got a game in at work titled, "America's Most Wanted" (or similar). The entire concept is to hunt down, and kill, the "deck of cards" of America's Most Wanted. Hell, there's a sticker on the front cover advertising the fact that you get to kill Osama Bin Laden! (or to that effect)

Is that propoganda or what!

- a

3MMAI's picture

i saw that game on the Today show this morning... that's the first thing that went thru my head...

is it any fun though?